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PBS
May 8, 2012 10:00pm PDT
? >> "endemic" is a very... a very wide-ranging word. >> tonifrontline correspondent lowell bergman goes inside the phone hacking scandal... >> they hacked my phone and they ran some pretty hideous stories about my sexuality. >> they hacked my messages between myself and the chief executive. >> ...that rocked a governmen. >> this is becoming a very, very big scandal. biggest news organization in the country are in trouble, biggest police force in trouble, and furthermore, the new prime minister's right-hand man is in trouble. >> and continues to shake the media giant. >> there is a shakespearean tragedy to what's happened. what created him now looks like it could destroy him. >> frontline is made possible by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. and by the corporation for public broadcasting. major funding is provided by the john d. and catherine t. macarthur foundation, committed to building a more just, verdant, and peaceful world. and by reva and david logan, committed to investigative journalism as the guardian of the public interest. additional fund
PBS
May 17, 2012 9:00pm PDT
to be late home from work tonight. >> bergman: britain is still coming to terms with a scandal of historic proportions. >> that should be fine about e kids, but i'll be seeing lawrence tomorrow. >> bergman: voicemails hacked by the thousands, messages like these... >> daddy, can you tell us what time you're coming home from work? >> bergman: private and intimate. >> (crying): clarissa, i've got some terrible news. please ring me back. >> bergman: stolen and turned into stories for the largest selling paper in the country, a murdoch tabloid called the news of the world. it had gone on for years. >> i first heard about the hacking of voicemail by journalists when somebody called me out of the blue and started telling me what had been going on at the news of the world. >> bergman: nick davies is the reporter who broke the phone hacking story for a rival newspaper-- tguardian. he is now writing a book on the revelations. >> it's not just a story about journalists behaving badly. it's a story that immediately, by fluke, takes you into not just the most powerful news organization in the coun
CNN
May 13, 2012 4:30am PDT
. it's a satirical novel published by dr. steven bergman. at the time he used the name samuel shem. >> so a doctor decides to write a novel. this is something i think about a lot. it's something close to my heart. for people who have not read this or may not be in the medical profession, can you describe the book in a sentence? what do you tell people this book is about? >> this book is about a group of guys, young idealistic young doctors, going through a year that disappoints them and they're saying ways that medicine should not be practiced and it's doing things to them that are not good. and each of them through the course of this horror gets isolated from each other, and each of them gets isolated from their authentic experience of the system itself, it's a catch-22. you start to think i'm crazy for thinking this is crazy. >> and it's so consume aing for them. you brought a little bit. >> this is a true story. this is one of the interns called the runt. the rubt was having a hard time. as he sat down to lunch he took out a pill box, put a pill on his hamburger and munched it d
CSPAN
May 5, 2012 3:59pm EDT
1984 per se libertarian presidential candidate david bergman -- presidential libertarian candidate. >> thank you. it gives me great pleasure to do this job. first, i want to congratulate our presidential candidate, governor gary johnson. [applause] he was here this morning to tell you what he thinks about jim gray. to me, that is the most important thing. we have to have the very best team we can put out into the field to advance the cause of liberty and to seek the offices of president and vice president. i have known jim graham for quite a number of years. it is a terrific a jurist in orange county, i held him in the highest respect, and i have to say since he got his undergraduate degree at ucla and his law degree at usc, and since i got my eye graduate degree at ucla and my law degree at usc, i figure he is qualified. gm has done great work as a libertarian candidate. in 2004, he ran against the evil barbara boxer in california. i found jim to be always open to ideas and to learn and to figuring out the best way to do the job of being a libertarian candidate. so it gives me --
CSPAN
May 4, 2012 9:00pm EDT
also to ben franklin stand-ins and thanks for your questions, chris nichols and mary bergman. and last but not least, to our live audience here in milwaukee at the 2012 meeting of the organization of american historians and the national council on public history. you have been terrific. thank you very much. [ applause ] >> one more. one more. work you up so you can't stop clapping eventually. major production support provided by the national endowment for the humanities, the cornell foundation, the university of virginia weinstein properties, the history channel and an anonymous donor. thank you very much. [ applause ] >> thank you. >> all right. now we go out of character. you can go now. >> yeah. you can ask as many questions as you want. you just have to do it while the music's playing. >>> sunday on q&a -- >> i don't regard this as just the biography of lyndon johnson. i want each book to examine a current of political power in america. this is a kind of political power. seeing what a president can do in a moment of -- in a time of great crisis, great crisis, how he gathers all aro
PBS
May 8, 2012 7:00pm PDT
. stanley bergman is the c.e.o. of henry schein. >> tom: congratulations on a strong quarter. i have to ask you expanding in europe? are you trying to vie when prices are low in the continent? >> i think it continues to grow our footprint globally in the office space praction environment. accidentist, animal, veterinarians throughout the world. there is no time like now to continue to spanned in a healthy market. >> tom: do you see organic growth in europe, not just buying through acquisitions, organ i can tkpwroelgt? >> organic growth for the company this quarter, across the board the whole company was about 6%. we saw a good organic growth in our dental animal health and our physician business here and abroad. >> tom: and abroad. you increased your 2012 earnings forecast. what gives you the confidence the sales trends you see now will continue through the year. >> obviously there are no a shur apbss. i don't have a crystal ball. we have been public for over 16 years. have consistent growth on the top line in terms of eps really for the entire period. the markets we are in are quite health
CNBC
May 22, 2012 10:00pm EDT
. >> his client list includes some of the biggest names of the 20th century: actresses like ingrid bergman and bette davis, singers ella fitzgerald and billie holiday, who all have one thing in common besides their greatness. >> we're a business agent for about 250 entertainment, sports, music, and historical clients, but most of those are deceased. >> dead. >> dead. >> they're working stiffs. >> i guess you could say that. >> you could call roesler's business a william morris agency for the departed, the caa of the doa. it's called cmg, and it's headquartered far from the glitter of hollywood in an office park on the fringes of indianapolis, distinguished only for the orange wind sock for roesler's helipad and his green bentley. inside is a multitiered office lined with memorabilia from his departed clients. first stop, a suit worn by one of the blues brothers. >> i've represented the family of john belushi, his widow, judy, for almost 20 years. >> it is all tastefully done and quiet as a morgue, a shrine of sorts for a legend whose time on earth has ended but whose career still has a pul
CSPAN
May 23, 2012 1:00pm EDT
bergman. >> jonathan david. >> lauren michele carter. >> sheldon crosby. >> caleb scott cole. >> garrick james. >> corey andrew eddy. >> michael fleming. >> cody jerome gentry. >> jorge gonzales jr. >> caitlin gregory. >> in shelly rebecca mead johnson. >> samantha christine jones. >> patrick howard joseph. >> jonathan frederick campbell. >> jamie reuss. >> david anthony lukas the second. >> henry fred the third. >> sheila sherman. >> dennis smith. >> ryan scott. michael. >> calvin james pindell >> can get squadron four. -- calvin james. >> a cadet squadron four. >> london bradley. >> matthew ryan. >> corbin john boyle. >> hanna ashley campbell. >> daniel james castro. >> anthony david. >> sean thomas m. re-. >> david anthony. >> harris and michael green. >> matthew henderson. >> brett james mckinnon. >> timothy allen miller. >> ashley diane olson. >> joanne. >> alexa. >> timothy allen reed. >> samuel patrick. >> nathaniel. >> joseph donald shields. >> daniel. >> cadet squadron four -- 5. zachary bennett. >> madison marie shelton. >> william duvall. >> and drew ferris. >> daniel thomas.
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